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resolution on obama care that is wildly unapproved by the american public. >> charles, do things look bright? >> i fully submit i must live in a different world because i don't see where it looks bright for the republican party at this point. i mean, this entire report to me is a joke. even though it sounds harsh on the face of it, it's really all about messaging and mechanics. it's very little about actual policy. >> you're saying that's a false -- >> that is a real problem for the republican party, number one. number two, the republican party has become something of like a wildlife game preserve for intolerance, for anti-intellectualism and for kind of obstruction, and -- >> that's ridiculous. >> excuse me. i let you talk, didn't interrupt. i will let you talk when i'm finished. the problem is not all republicans are that way. that's not the problem. the problem is the republican party has become a home for people who feel like that. so when you see kind of intolerance and you just picture intolerance, those people are too often part of the conservative movement of the republican party. th
expensive program i can find that includes obama care (crowd boos) >> reporter: also on the table:remember all those republican debates? are you just going to keep talking? >> yes sir. >> or are you going to let me finish what i have to say >> reporter: the plan is to: -limit them. shorten the primary calendar. and move up the party's convention date some republicans say this report is an acknowledgement of issues. >> it's a start. is it the magic formula, the silver bullet to start winning elections? no. the bottom line: modernize the message. >> catherine: more bay area news -- coming this august bay area commuters will have another option to get around. a regional bike-sharing system. the bay area air quality management district is rolling out a seven- million dollar pilot program linking san francisco to san jose. people can will be able to buy passes which provide access to 700 bikes at 70 kiosks near bus and train stations. there's no word yet on pricing. >> the strike by san francisco symphony musician strike has now forced the cancellation of its upcoming east coast tour.
tril trillions and dollars. they cut all of the health care subsidies in the obama care, 30 million people not getting insurance, cut another $750 billion-ish from medicaid, cut a variety of smalling programs in addition. they cut a number of low-income supports. there is a -- you can make an argument about the importance of getting a budget to balance, although i don't think it is particularly important and certainly not within the next ten years. you cannot argue this is good for the poor. all of the cuts come from programs that help the poor. >> also, ezra, it raises tax, doesn't it? in order for it to budget, if they're going to deliver two tax codes at 25% and 10%, then some people earning below, say, $200,000, are going to end up paying a lot more tax. >> yes. this is a big secret in the budget. so this tax reform plan that would bring, he hopes, all the tax codes down to two brackets. 10% and 20%. or 10% and 15%. in order to do that -- >> sorry, 10% and 25%. >> 10% and 25%. i'm sorry. i got a little turned around there. >> that's all right. keep doing. >> in order to get that
. carson, obama care, they've got to shut the government down and be labeled the full faith and credit of the united states is in jeopardy, which is not true, but if they really want to do that, that's what it will take. i want them to do it. >> he's calling for a government shutdown? i mean, this is the kind of talk that gets from tv to congress. how can we make any progress if no one denounces this talk? i mean, with this kind of blabbering, can we get anything done, joe? >> yeah. cpac, crazy people acting crazy. that's exactly what the acronym should stand for. and i find it interesting, too, that they're talking to dr. carson. who i admire the accomplishments. but, you know, we ought to go back to his detroit days. i believe public housing. i believe public schools. i also believe he got into yale on affirmative action. all these programs, if he shut them down, there would be no dr. carson. and so the reality is that you're dealing with people who honestly are more concerned about sound bites, about appearing on television, as opposed to winning votes. i will give michael steele cr
to that where block granting, repealing obama care, voucherizing medicare, doing all of the things he does, in comparison to the debt crisis, all of that is fine, moderate, it is just a necessary painful medicine for a deep disease. if we don't have a debt crisis though, if the whole thing is not about deficit reduction but about making radical conservative reforms to the government, nobody likes it. that's what paul ryan found out in the first 10, 12, 15 years of his career when he didn't have the deficit reduction thing and pushed social security privatization and unfunded prescription drug benefit. nobody wanted the big conservative performance. it is only when he became the budget guy and cloaked them in deficit reduction that they took things like voucherizing medicare seriously. >> if you go back to the bob dole era in the senate, he was a reasonable republican, then considered a conservative republican, who was glad that we had a system called medicare and glad we had a system called social security, and he was concerned about its long term financing. he may have wanted social secur
their fees for next year, because of the higher costs associated with obama care. you see some declines there as well. for the week, the major indices, believe it or not, this would be the worst week of the year. and essentially, all the major indices are down fractionally. and i say for the s&p 500, down 0.4%, an indication of how strong we've been all throughout the year. i'll have the final numbers in just half an hour. guys, back to you. >> thank you so much, bob. nearly a month ago, byron wien told us that the market was getting ahead of itself and profit margins could take it back. >> that was back on the 27th. since then, the markets have continued to climbing. joining us, byron wien, happy friday, byron. >> yeah, i'm still there. >> so you're still cautious? the market has continued higher. >> well, yeah, you know, as long as the fed is pumping $85 billion a month into the market, a lot of that is designed to go into the real economy. but it ends up going into financial assets. so it's been pushing stocks higher. but, you know, the earnings season is starting to -- is upon us. a
city at 3.6. that brings you to 53%, put on that obama care -- >> right. >> 3.6 or 3.8 -- >> yeah. >> another tax. you're talking about 56.8% of your income going right to the government. 56.8%. >> i talked to an accountant today who says his clients say, tell mel what my rate is this year, tell me what i'm spending on taxes compared to last year. people have woken up to this. and, look, whether we're going to see a massive tax flight, if wealth is going to flee the states, we don't know. but for the first time, the wealthy are feeling like, you know what, what is my pain threshold here, it may be too much. >> absolutely. it's really interesting to see bill maher talk about it. i may have to start watching bill maher again. >> that's huge. >> thank you, robert. >> thank you. >> robert frank. >>> is michael getting dell? the answer will come soon, as competitors only have until midnight tonight to submit higher builds for the computer maker. now the maker has reportedly gotten interest from carl icahn and blackstone. so, will michael dell's offer be enough and will shareholders app
it not? >> sure. absolutely. very quick example is obama care. $700 billion in new taxes kicking in this year that will be spread over 10 years in addition to the $1.3 trillion that is now the new estimate. this is -- these taxes are rolling out on everybody. not just high earners. and the idea that government, you know, i got a kick out of david callahan because he is a smart guy, works for -- that's great. but he is really saying that i'm entitled to your damn money. just because i have. >> bill: the federal government under president obama believes they are entitled. >> they believe it they are doing it. >> bill: because that's your fair share. that fair share thing is what this is all under. >> that fair share right now amount 25%. 25% of the taxpayers paying 95% of the taxes in this country. that is so screwed up. >> bill: other 75% pay taxes on everything else. >> sure, property taxes, sales taxes. >> bill: it's not like they are getting a free ride. that's where romney made his mistake. even people who make 40, 35,000. every time they turn around, sales tax, tolls, registe
them going. also, there is obama care, which each day is being followed by some newspaper story saying, there's a new part of it that the senate decided they had to vote out. there's a new part that's going to cost you $1,000 a year. all of this comes together and i think, has a somewhat damaging impact. >> all of the items on his agenda pass. i do want to move another one, there was a significant action this week on guns. we saw harry reid saying that he wasn't going to include the assault weapons ban in his base package on gun control. it turned on this issue of background checks, overnight, we saw mayor bloomberg of new york starting a $12 million ad campaign to target swing senators. >> to me, guns are for hunting and protecting my family. i believe in the second amendment and i'll fight to protect it. but with rights come responsibilities. that's why i support comprehensive background checks, so criminals and dangerously mentally ill can't buy guns. that protects my rights and my family. >> jim messina, a lot of resistance from democrats including senator reid. you saw mayor bloom
sin 2009. >> let's break it down. there was no new taxes, it would curb spending by repealing obama care and eliminate the deficit in ten years. total cuts, $4.6 trillion, and given it has zero chance of passing in the democratic-controlled senate, it's dedz on arrival. >> lawmakers in the house and senate approved legislation to fund the government through the end of september. that avoids the risk of a partial federal shutdown. in the process, they are on spring break for a couple weeks. what's your take on this? >> my take is the whole financial dysfunction of our congress is mind blowing. you look at this week. let's say frederick, maryland, where there's air traffic control that will be shut. a tower that was built and refurbished by the stimulus money. so stimulus money went into this tower. the government saying it's a priority. and the the government because of its dysfunction saying we have to shut is down. that's a perfect representation, i think, of how washington is not doing its job. we can't even pass a budget. it can't even run the books. there's no strategy. when you
me. paul, i would like to start with you. "time" magazine had the cover, from gay marriage to obama care, justice anthony kennedy is the decider. i want to show this to you. and read a portion of talking points memorandum officially there was an article posted. it said there have been two decisions in american history expanding rights for gays and lesbians. anthony kennedy wrote the opinion for both. he know where history is going and that he faces the choice between writing the next plessy versus ferguson and the next brown versus board of education. he wants to be on the right side of history. what's your response to that in. >> all of that is quite accurate except maybe where they're guessing about kennedy's mind and the right side of history. but that also sounds right to me. he did rule, he is going to be probably the deciding vote with the other justices evenly split. so which way he throws his weight will be determinative. he did decide in favor of gay rights in two previous cases. somewhat different but also somewhat the same as this. so we'll just have to wait and see about
to the affordable care act. obama care we all hear about. also as a major cause of increase. something is going on. they are certainly pointing their fingers other places. the reform rs are not going for it. >> the truth must be somewhere in the middle. >> it always is. >> where do you find the truth? >> that gets to the reformers initiative. the insurance rate justification and accountability act. pay attention to that one. you're going to hear a lot about it in the months to come. if approved by the voters this would empower the state insurance commissioner to compel insurance companies to justify proposed increases and deny unjustified proposals along the way. so, in short, the act would give the government the last say on health insurance rates. >> isn't that the case already? pardon my ignorance if i should already know this. but don't they have to ask for permission to raise their rates? >> not in california sf. >> auto insurance. >> that's another story. home insurance, that's another story. not in terms of health insurance, no. >> this is something i thought was already on the books. what
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's helping the government implement obama care. it's an interesting play because they are the dominant player in all of the implementation for the government and all of the medical exchanges. doing 30 federal medical exchanges and been asked to do five state medical exchanges. they are closely held in canada, a montreal group of shareholders who say they will never be for sale but never say never. >> the stock is up pretty well, up 18%. you like qualcomm? >> i do. >> which is a fave on this desk. >> love qualcomm. i mean, again, why do you have to choose apple or samsung? sell shelves during the gold rush and sell chains during the smartphone wars. that's the way to go, and qualcomm just raised their dividend. a good buyback plan now. they are terrific. >> i've got a question for you. you do a lot of asset allocation, keep talking about the great rotation going over five years. are you starting to advise your clients to lighten up on bonds and go more into equities or just sticking with equities? how do you see that? >> asset allocation for wealthy individuals includes everything so we have s
bank, would you leave it in there? >> it's really that much different than obama care? you're sure? >> yes. >> really? >> yes. >> we're pretty -- our idea is why not take for the preschool program, take 10%, why not pay for solar energy and alternative energy development? why not pay -- if obama gets started on this -- >> joe and i have agreed that we're going to compensate -- what do you want to see, 20%? >> we'll start at 20. we'll start at 20. >> as we spend it all, we're going to need more. we're going to need the preschool, we're going to need solar energy. >> i thought i was completely wrong this what it was. >> it's an island, isn't it? >> it's an island. >> but it shows you how interconnected it is. >> i know. and fait accompli, he said i got there and is they were doing it. >> what if you found out that your bank got taken over by the fdic and the insurance that you thought protected your money was not there, that it was wrong? that's the problem. >> and by the way, 10% of your money is gone, too. >> explain to the eurozone just waking up exactly what -- >> carolin is goin
in a way that guaranteed a compromise. the idea behind obama care when it kamed to medicaid it would write a law so attract and they couldn't turn it down. a lot of debate about that. i think they have turned out to be validated in that. most of them are now starting to come around. >> michelle bachmann is a supporter of it? in florida you got one party in tallahassee. >> but it also shows you the republican divide. a republican governor who understands the economics, the need to govern and get these people health care in the kind of ideal log in his own party and know they will not do this. >> rick scott has to run statewide and you're looking at a million plus people who could get health insurance because of his decision. but it's not a problem if you're a governor who has got to think about election in a few years. >> no. it will help him an awful lot. but i tell you what, if you are a state rep up from where i'm from. >> totally different. >> somebody says, hey, you want to support president obama's obama care provision on medicaid? ask charlie crist. the correct answer is, no, i did n
health care thanks to president obama and nancycy pelosi. we have a long-standing healthy program and the new international law will extend the program to 3 b thousand san franciscans. and just as we must keep getting health care and pension reform define we must address the challenge of the unfunded liability area. we're beginning to make progress but we must development a more responsible approach to providing health care to our retired city employees >> and know that together our partners in labor will address this the san francisco way to son sense once in a while. and finally, we must rebuilt our st. louis hospital in the mission. they're the priors of critical health deliver as well as major employers. members of the board have taken a strong leadership role working with my office to bring a proposal back to the community that delivers jobs and most importantly critical health care for our city were we're going to get it done. and that brings me arrest warrant why we're here today. a college track and education. i hear from businesses that they're number one priority is edu
care act. you may remember this famous scene just a few days later when president obama signed it into law in 2010. it promised to provide affordable health insurance to every american. so how close are we to achieving that today? jim angle live in washington. >> reporter: hello, jon. well, you know, the new health care law doesn't fully take effect until next january, but parts of it are already in effect. supporters, of course, point to the benefits. >> already more than three million young americans have gained coverage through their parents' plans. preventive care is free for tens of millions of americans. >> children can now have coverage even if they have a pre-existing condition, children can stay on their parents' plan until age 26. >> reporter: now, obama care already offers everything from free contraceptives to free preventive services. many, however, ago nothing is really free. there are, of course, a trillion dollars in tax increases over the next ten years. even so, new benefits such as free preventive care come at a cost to someone such as physicians and hospital
'll eliminate every nonessential expensive program i can find and that includes obama care and i'm going to work to -- >> joining me now, democratic strategist robert zimmerman and cnn contributor anna nevaro. thank you for being with us. i want to go back to that event at naacp in 2012. >> why, carol? >> i was intrigued with the new massaging of the message. i thought we were friends. >> i'm sorry. i have to ask you this. how could mitt romney have better put that and make the audience a little more receptive to what he had to say? >> carol, mitt romney who? look, he's yesterday's news. he's not the candidate anymore. he himself has acknowledged there were a bunch of mistakes made by his campaign. he's not the one setting policy. he's not the one setting the tone for the republican party now. i think what we should talk about is what the rnc did today. they appointed some very no nonsense pragmatic people including our colleague ari fleischer from cnn and also sally bradshaw among them to take a hard, harsh honest look at everything we did wrong. it was a bunch of things. they've had where with
careful in terms of how he handles the things obama will inevitably asked him to do to move the peace process forward. tavis: when the president arrives on wednesday and gives the speech on thursday, what are your expectations of what he will say? we know now this is an opportunity for him and he knows obviously it's an opportunity for him to reintroduce himself to the israeli public but given there are no hopes at the moment for renewing the peace process what is it that we do expect the to the say on thursday night? what will his talking points be if not the peace process? >> i think the first thing he's likely to do is to try to change the narrative that he himself used in his cairo speech back in 2009. there he linked israel's existence to the holocaust and the need to have a jewish homeland because of the efforts by the nazis to extinguish the jewish race. that narrative reinforced by the fact that he went from cairo to auschwits, i don't know if you remember that, was a problem from the israeli point of view. i
and that we care about. why? dr. harris told us, dr. burgess told us, president obama took where? 0 billion out of medicare. over $700 billion has come out of medicare. and where has it been shifted? into obamacare. who does that hurt? that hurts the people we love, that hurts senior citizens of this country. let me tell you, mr. speaker, about who else is devastatingly impacted by obamacare. we were all told that we are going to get 30 million new people, free health care. gee, that sounds great. . that sounds great. let me tell you who is not going to get health care, what obamacare has, deep in the pages, nobody read this bill. why did nobody read it it isn't because members of congress were too lazy to read it, it is because the democrats controlled the house of representatives, the democrats that controlled the senate, didn't bother to give the members the bill in enough time to read the bill in senate they had maybe a couple of hours. here in the house, we had very little time to read the bill. nobody could read the bill. maybe that's why the former speaker of the house, nancy pelosi,
, in that medicare and the obama health care policy ought to be fully repealed as well. he just said it in a bit of a nicer way. it remains to be seen if the republicans can make any headway beating this dead horse. some people in the republican party have said quite overtly, stop it, we've lost, we're moving on, rep governors are accepting the medicaid expansion. this is kind el knee ander that will retrograde politics on the part of michele bachmann. >> what's your reaction? she appears to be consistently now openly flagrantly lying about virtually everything. >> yeah, i mean, i'm disheartened that you can say something like that and not be censured for it. she's saying that the president signed into law a piece of legislation that will kill children? >> that is what she said. >> you're missing the ice flow provision. >> the bottom line is she's a joke. i don't think very many people -- >> she's a member of the house, joy. and she was reelected. >> and part of the tea party caucus. >> it says a lot about people who vote for folks like this. you have a lot of clowns, a lot of extremists, people
uses as part of its calculation, defunding broadly, president obama's health care law. which i think, i think we probably can agree, is not likely to happen. if both sides are offering budget proposals that are nonviable. how do we get to a budget proposal that is viable, do you expect that to happen? >> well, i think it's important for our country that we do. and the thing that's, that i think is so important about paul ryan's budget is that it actually becomes a balanced situation. where you have a balanced budget. the democrat proposal -- never balances, not this year, not in ten years. never. and american families realize they have to live within their means, they can't spend money they don't have. they understand the concept of a balanced budget and i was back in wyoming last weekend, the people at home still believe that over half of all the money they send to washington is wasted. so the concerns are that these budgets that we see specifically the democrats' budget, it's more, it's inefficient, it's ineffective, unaccountable to the american people. >> senator, i want to talk to
was not reworded. calling the obama health care plan, which was their own only a few years earlier, socialism was not reworded. that means they have to begin to rethink themselves, and importantly, democrats will not automatically embrace the same tactics in opposition so that was an important change that creates a new dynamic not that's going to solve our problems, but there is going to be no sitting around the campfire in washington making nice with one another. but the possibility now exists for a real effort and a successful effort to deal with our most pressing problems. >> too familiar washington faces, thomas mann and norman borkenstein it's even worse than it looks. this is book tv on c-span2. >>> next, we hear from dina hampton in her book little red she profiles the graduates of the little red schoolhouse and elizabeth warren high school of new york city some ominous with progressive politics. this is about half an hour. [applause] thank you. i'm going to start by saying what i
entitlements. obama cares another big unfunded entitlement. after tax increases they're still not enough to pay for it. the idea that there is this fiction that secretly they want to do that strikes me as odd and senator corker was burned when last fall he thought he was negotiating with the white house and they took tax increases and no spending restraints in no entitlement reform at all. having a conversation about how much you paid for a pink unicorn is pink unicorns existed strikes me as an odd way to spend one's time. there are no pink unicorns and there's not proper price for a pink unicorn and they are not interested in real entitlement reform that saves money and if they did they would be for the ryan plan. the ryan plan. >> host: i want to ask about sequestration. sequestration now last week this article from atlanta caught my eye. quote p. listen to for republican four republican senators who were on c-span a lot. explain that. >> guest: interestingly the president of the united states, president obama started shortly after the election in a very strong position. he had just won re-el
they're talking about this, it's one of the main tenets of obama care that goes into full effect at the beginning of next year. so we're getting a taste of what it may look like. to see how people choose their health care plan. >> and if that trend continues. what's the one thing we need to know. >> stocks are set to fall today on the news from cyprus. it's still been a really, really good year for the market and your 401(k). have you looked lately? the s&p 500 which many of our mutual funds track is up 9% just this year. remember it's normal. very healthy to see ups and downs in the market. you really don't want to see the market keep on going up and up and up because the market could be setting itself up for a big pullback. the little pullbacks that we may see are healthy. the dow is expected to drop about 90 points at the open. may be a rocky day. >> but don't panic. >> no. >> 26 minutes after the hour right now. in a daring prison break in broad daylight, with a hijacked helicopter. we have new details this morning in this really startling story. coming up next. [ male announ
reset and it was the amount of tax put on medicare devices under obama care. everybody is now saying 2.3% will destroy it. the sequester, payroll tax hike and the new tax on the medical device makers and all of those are effectively 2.3%. >> do you think it's a fibonacci thi thing? >> it's a 15th century mathematician. that's how i spend my time. >> i think it's worth it. >> this is going to be the fed week. i hear 2.3%, and does that make you feel good or bad about the growth of the country? in other words, are we -- are we getting hotter like frank blake says or can the fed say, look, you know? it's not getting hot. >> you were talking in the break about goldman sachs and deutsche bank raising the target to 1625. deutsche bank raised its gdp target to 2.3%. 2.3% in 2013. >> 2.3% and three is not the magic number. >> 2.3% and when you were going through that i was -- that was -- yeah. blew my mind. >> she has steam coming out of her ear. >> i think this is a very big issue. does the fed look at something like a goldman sachs, sup earnings numbers and say this is time to start backing
of obama care premiums are going down. you say get ready for sticker shock. >> i think the economy has driven that. and people fear of unemployment and slower economy people have less disposable income. so i think as we look forward i think the big impact is going to be on the individual market. as i have said before, based on all the things that we need to do, raising actuarial benefits from below 50% up to 60%, that's a 20% increase. including taxes and fees put on the affordable care act to pay for the people who are uninsured. that's another 5.5% to 6%. and normal trend, all of a sudden we're at 32% on average. >> if someone is trying to renew their health care coverage, they can expect 32% more? >> on average. >> what if they didn't have $64 -- you saw that early last week. insurance companies that ask corporations to pay that because you have to cover people that are really sick. how is that going to work itself out? why do you assist on that? >> we didn't insist on that. that's part of a reinsurance program to take care of people who are uninsured coming into the program. so tha
heart circulation and bone problems. if it were not for obama care, as you like to tag it, i would not be able to see the doctors that i need to see right now. rather than cut medicare, medicaid, or turn it into an absolutely inefficient voucher system, why replace the social security funds that were taken 30 years ago over prices pieces put themthat say iou, back into social security so they can be distributed to the senior citizens? republicans are trying to kill us off. host: thank you for calling in. guest: the hyperbole that passive now for political discussion is really a shame, because we have huge challenges. medicare is going broke. the medicare trustee -- that is not tom price or republican stalking. it says there will not be a the amount of money under current law in medicare to provide medical services for her and every single other senior and go this country in 10 years. that is wrong. we have to save and strengthen and secure the program. that is our proposal. social security, it was a democratic administration that actually removed the ability for the money that is b
that oppose it. >> 45%. >> that's pretty good. when if you asked about obama care or something like that. >> republicans have learned that while these folks who were undocumented can't vote their kids who are born here are becoming citizens are voting and not voting for republicans and at the same time that poll shows the people are way ahead of the politicians on this one. they are ready for this. they want it. they want to see the system work. so they want a pragmatic approach and there's a really good political and pragmatic sweet spot we can hit if we work it the right way. >> it's a small spot. i don't think we should -- having covered the complexity there's a lot of moving pieces when people talk about what the enforcement part of it will be. hat the current pathway to citizenship will look like. that pathway will have a number of hurdles. you can build eight foot hurdles or two foot and some will run smack dab into that. >> tough, smart and fair. >> the fact that the country does immigration reform doesn't mean immigration reform is good and the fact that it's bipartisan doesn't m
lieutenant do -- will do in a case like this, based on obama care. what can's we glean from what e from that case and apply? >> a lesson we should have learned long ago, obamacare, actually. the court is not monolithic body we can sort of forecast across different votes. we shouldn't assume this is going to be a monolithic partisan 5-4. i woulds surprised if they came down at partisan conservative liberal 5-4s. >> thank you all so much. do appreciate your time. we'll have to get you back. >> thanks. >> thanks for having us. >>> coming up, it took merely 100 pages for republicans to assess how the party lost 2012. our war room, on whether the autopsy was actually long enough. >>> this day 55 years ago was a dark one for elvis fans. we'll tell you why, next. [ male announcer ] i've seen incredible things. otherworldly things. but there are some things i've never seen before. this ge jet engine can understand 5,000 data samples per second. which is good for business. because planes use less fuel, spend less time on the ground and more time in the air. suddenly, faraway places don't seem so
have traveled to? guest: about 120. host: one of the questions you posed to president obama on the affordable care act, syria's bill plante.-- here is bill plante. >> thank you mr. president. anybody on capitol hill will say that there is no chance that the american jobs act in its current state passes either house. you have been out on the campaign trail baying away to pass this bill. it begins to look like you're campaigning and following the harry truman model against the do-nothing congress instead of negotiating. are you negotiating? >> i am open to negotiations. what is also true is they need to do something. the question then is will congress do something? if congress does something, i cannot run against a do-nothing congress. if congress does nothing, then it is not a matter of me running against them. the american people will run them out of town. host: did he answer your question? guest: no, he turned to his advantage. the question really was is there any point in continuing to talk about the american jobs act if in fact it is not going to pass, which everyone agre
to the day since president obama signed the health care bill into law and with only a few months to go, before obamacare takes effect. the word that the state exchanges that help people find a plan may not be ready. we in go in depth. on your car, the moment you land. it's just another way you'll be traveling at the speed of hertz. great first gig! let's go! party! awwwww... arigato! we are outta here! party...... finding you the perfect place, every step of the way. >> the news started to break in this hour yesterday and now we have the full results of the verdict in a salary scandal in bell, california. five of the six former officials at that were on trial were found guilty yesterday of misappropriating public fund. they were convicted of taking six-figure salaries for work they never did. they said they sat on the boards and doing work for the taxpayer, the prosecutor and the jury said no you didn't. the case caused outrage across the country and the town where most people live below the poverty line and paid higher taxes to support those sky high salaries for these off
? >> what business is it of obama's? he he doesn't care. >> bill: if the litmus test is a president can't hang around with anybody with personal problems he is going to be real lonely in washington. [ laughter ] >> seal yourself in carbon night like hons solo. ♪ ♪ o say does that star-spangled banner. >> bill: i do want to know what miller thinks about this lip synching bill. >> i think if an individual wants to lip synch, i have no trouble with that. >> bill: all right. miller vanilly, there he is. >> billy? [ laughter ] >> now you are back. >> here is my question. biden was like three inches away. the vice president and, you know, i mean he would have known, right? there he is you can see half his face there. >> listen. >> bill: he had to know it was faked. >> biden has no clue. his mind is on one thing. it's like a dog on a bone. [growling] >> he is thinking about four years from now. he was slobbering so much thinking of himself getting sworn in they had to pass out water wings to people on the podium. listen, the president barely pays lip service to the constitution. i don't mi
. he's speaking about obama care ob rticular the repeal of carry. that amendment was approved as part of yesterday's debate. the senate turned away a haundful of republican amendments today. more than 400 amendments have been filed to the budget but senator reid said he would limit to 25 and 35 of them which we expect a long series of votes that. beginning at 3:00 p.m. eastern and you can follow coverage on c-span2. >> the most striking difference between what is happening today and a hundred years ago is the calmness of the parade. a hundred years ago it was a rite. the police refused to protect the marchers so as the marchers ogressed down their parade they became unruly. they had started drinking. they threw things at the women and shouted things and told them to go home. and so the crowd got larger and larger and more aggressive. so the women couldn't go forward. the police weren't involved n. secretary of defense called them to push back. today this is a wonderful peaceful assembly and a celebration of however we've come in a hundred years. >> the woman's suffrage pa laid the too
. for everyone here says hollywood goes lays down for president obama, i don't care what they say about this. >> greg: this is your one reason. >> bob: that is too striking similarity to think someone didn't do that. it was a purposefully done and horrible. >> greg: so you are saying that support from obama in the media went from 99% to 98%. >> bob: it's moving in the right direction isn't it? >> greg: you put them side-by-side it's obama now and obama in three years. that's the office does do. then's me. >> eric: so, can i name-drop? i know mark brunnett very well, one of the nicest people on the planet. no way he would have done something like that. let me prove the point. show a picture of this guy when he's not playing the rel of satan? there. that doesn't look anything like obama. >> greg: so he did make him look like obama? bob is right! >> bob: exactly right. >> dana: i don't think the picture helps the case. >> eric: that picture? >> bob: no. >> greg: you convinced me. >> andrea: that looks like juan valdez. i want to know mini series, i don't think it looks like president obama at a
that ron brownstein's term is the coalition of the asenn dent. this is the heart of the obama coalition. and they care about these issues and the republican party hasn't said anything about them. >> you will know that the republican party is mauving along when they start to say if we are against health reform, that's going the hurt us with latino voters. as long as theng it's about catholic doctrine and immigrati immigration, then we're going to have rand paul quoting in bad spinnish. thank you very much and con gra congratulations. which i'm assuming the all for my birthday. also, today was election day. that's next. some people will do anything to help eliminate litter box odor. ♪ discover tidy cats pure nature. clumping litter with natural cedar, pine, and corn. my name is taho and i'm a fish guy. it's a labor of love. it's a lot of labor and it's a lot of love. i don't need to go to the gym. my job is my workout. you're shoveling ice all day long. it's rough on the back. it's rough on the shoulders. i get muscle aches all over. advil® is great. pain and soreness is just out of th
. and these are the issues that ron brownstein's term is the coalition of the acsendent. this is the heart of the obama coalition. and they care about these issues and the republican party hasn't said anything about them. >> you will know that the republican party is moving along when they start to say if we are against health reform, that's going the hurt us with latino voters. as long as they thinkit's about catholic doctrine and immigration, then we're going to have rand paul quoting in bad spanish. thank you very much and con congratulations. which i'm assuming the all for my birthday. also, today was election day. that's next. [ male announcer ] i've seen incredible things. otherworldly things. but there are some things i've never seen before. this ge jet engine can understand 5,000 data samples per second. which is good for business. because planes use less fuel, spend less time on the ground and more time in the air. suddenly, faraway places don't seem so...far away. ♪ ♪ 'cause germs don't stick on me ♪ [ female announcer ] band-aid brand has quiltvent technology with air channels to let b
healthy. also some of their issues have very popular. obama care is not still a popular law. >> what is the difference between on the state level republicans control 60% of the governor's houses. they have the majority of the state senators. they have the majority of the state legislatures. why a disconnect between the republicans on the state level and republicans in d.c.? charles and then howard. >> i think it's probably easier than more local you get to see the advocacy of a political program and it's very difficult for you to sell a program that we don't want to do this and we don't want to do that. i think it's probably a combination of it being easier to see. and there's a lot of money which comes from, you know, the federal government to people without it being of great cost to them or noticing it very much so it's easier to vote at the federal level, especially if you're not paying the taxes. we still don't have the taxes paying for the spending. you can't do that local. you can't borrow it. >> two quick things. yes, the presidency is somewhat different but this issue of marr
with respect to obama care and on top of that it has another tax gimmick in it. mr. chairman, i reserve the balance of my time. the chair: the gentleman from maryland reserves his time. the gentleman from georgia. mr. woodall: while i regret the rules committee didn't give us more time to correct that misinformation, they gave us wonderful speakers. i'd like to yield four minutes to a former chairman of the republican study committee, the gentleman from texas, mr. hensarling. the chair: the gentleman is ecognized for four minutes. mr. hensarling: i thank the gentleman for his leadership on this critical issue. we've heard from so many of our colleagues that budgets are priorities, and i believe this to be true. so what does it say about democrats' priorities when the president is almost two months late in submitting his budget and senate democrats have taken over four years to even bother to write a budget? i suppose it says, mr. chairman, that budget have a way of getting in the way of democrats as they wish to tax us more, as they wish to borrow more money from china, money our kids h
. >> switching gears a milestone for the health care overhaul. president obama signed into law three years ago today. controversy over the giant piece of legislation has just not gone away. americans are still trying to figure out all the fine print and what it will cost them. on top of this, there are new signs the political fight over it could be heating up again. molly henneberg is live in washington with more. hi, molly. >> hi. just this week, republicans and democrats on capitol hill voted to repeal an unpopular obamacare tax, the medical device tax on everything from latex gloves to wheelchairs to dentsal instruments. but health insurance industry advocates warn more taxes from this law are coming down the pike. >> the reform law includes a new $100 billion tax in health insurance that starts next year. 2014 will be $8 billion. that's going to mean an average will pay $100 more on a premium as a result of this tax alone. small businesses will pay over $350 for each family they provide coverage for. >> president obama said in a statement today that obamacare is already saving seniors mone
. philadelphia. heather: scary stuff. congress still deeply divided over president obama's health care law. this weekend marks three years since president obama signed it. can you believe that? juan williams is a fox news political analyst. mary katharine ham, editor-at-large of and a fox news contributor and they both join us. thank you. >> hello. >> good morning, heather. heather: happy birthday, obamacare. mary katherine. i will start with you. is there any reason to celebrate? >> i think there is a lot of people don't think there is reason to celebrate and there is a couple reasons for that. it is fairly unpopular since it was passed because of way it was the paed there were a lot of promises made. at the time i was skeptical of them. you could keep health insurance if you liked it. that turns out not to be true. the rights are so strength genk that their insurance is not legal anymore. that it would cost families less. that is the not case over last couple years. the premiums gone up faster than they did before the bill. it would cost less for the society. many government a
. they can't live with them just being a few screwdriver turns away. president obama has been very careful. he has only said he would not allow iran to get a nuclear weapon. and it sounds like they're splitting hairses but they're talking about two different things. if the red line for the israelis is a capability the iranians may be close to that. if it's a weapon it may be pretty far from that . >> rose: let's north korea and the new secretary of defense saying we want to have the capacity to stop the north koreans if they decide to make an attack on the united states. do we have that technology now? >> what we have no is about 30 anti-missile batteries set up n alaska just south of fair banks and in california. and their success rate is pretty limited, charlie. when they are tested against dummy warheads, they hit about a little over 350% of those -- 50% under those ideal conditions. i would not call this a fabulous deternal. at the same time by bolstering it adding 14 over the next few years, they're trying to signal to the north koreans that the u.s. is serious about this but more i
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